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Have you been injured in a slip, trip or fall? These are one of the most common types of accidents, affecting thousands of people in the UK every year. A simple slip can cause very serious injuries such as back injuries, broken bones, paralysis, and head injuries. Many slips and trips occur in the working environment due to poor health and safety regulations. To make a slip trip and fall claim you must have been injured in the last three years, the accident must have been somebody else's fault, and you required medical attention.
Accident on Roads, Footpaths, Pavements
Accidents can occur due to uneven floors, pavements, potholes, steps or ramps, and can cause serious injury. The owners or occupiers of these premises have a legal responsibility to keep them in a safe condition, and can be liable for damages if you are injured as a result of their negligence. When an accident occurs in public areas, the responsibility normally lies with the Local Authority, who again can be liable for damages.
Accident on Commercial Premises
If you've been injured on commercial premises, you could be entitled to compensation. The owners or occupiers of these premises have a duty to keep their premises in a safe condition. If they neglect to do so, they may be liable for damages.
Accident at Work
Many work accidents result from slips, trips or falls including falls from height. Employers are governed by a Statute to maintain a safe environment and may be liable to compensate injured employees for lost earnings and medical expenses.
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